Judge Napolitano on Romney's Libya Response: "One of the Best Things I’ve Ever Heard Him Say in All His Years in Public Life"
Many from both sides of the aisle have spoken out with criticism of Mitt Romney's quick response following Tuesday's attack on a U.S. Consulate in Libya. Conservative journalists have even called out his remarks as "ill-advised" and "not presidential." However, Fox News Senior Judicial Analyst Judge Napolitano isn't among the critics ... this time.
"I've not hesitated to disagree with Gov. Romney when I've felt
we had different value judgments," he told Bret Baier. "This was one of the best things I’ve ever heard him say in all his years in public life. It was strong, it was direct, it was clear, it was forceful, it was angry, and it was true."
Napolitano added that those criticizing the former governor for what he said simply don’t want him to get elected in November.
Check out the panel discussion below!